Commit 9dd7e521 authored by Yohan Jarosz's avatar Yohan Jarosz

add some titles

parent ca1039a0
......@@ -168,22 +168,30 @@ Question: Now you have a git project but how you do share it with people from yo
> Maybe the answer is hidden in the title ;)
* Connect to Gitlab: https://git-r3lab.uni.lu/ and log in with your LUMS account.
### Connect to the web interface
* **But I don't know how what/where/how is my LUMS account !?**
* Connect to Gitlab: https://git-r3lab.uni.lu/ and log in with your LUMS account. If you don't know how what/where/how
is your LUMS account, ask someone from the R3 team to set-up/reset your password.
### Add your SSH Key
* Ask someone from the R3 team to set-up/reset your password.
This will allow the Gitlab server to know you and accept request from your computer.
* Add your public ssh key to Gitlab
Profile Settings > SSH Keys > ADD SSH KEY
* **But I don't know how what/where/how is my SSH KEY !?**
* If you don't know how what/where/how is your SSH KEY:
* You can find some info on our [Previous Workshop](https://git-r3lab.uni.lu/tutorial/2015-06-19-R3-Linux101/blob/master/README.md#2-generate-your-ssh-key)
* You can also find some information [here](https://help.github.com/articles/generating-ssh-keys/)
* If none of this work, than ask someone to help you ;)
### Create a group
This will allow to manage group of people efficiently for collaboration
* Go to Gitlab (https://git-r3lab.uni.lu) and create a group
* Gitlab > Groups > NEW GROUP
* Remember:
......@@ -192,6 +200,7 @@ Question: Now you have a git project but how you do share it with people from yo
* Members of a group may only view projects they have permission to access
* You could add members to this group to set permissions globally
### Create a new project
* Now create a new project
* Gitlab > Projects > NEW PROJECT
......@@ -200,6 +209,8 @@ Question: Now you have a git project but how you do share it with people from yo
* Change the visibility level if you want
### Connect your project
* Now you can read the instructions on the page of the project, to *add an existing folder or Git repository*.
* Go to your terminal again and add the **Gitlab remote**
......@@ -213,6 +224,8 @@ Now your local project on your computer is connected to the Gitlab server.
> Note: "origin" is the name you give to the remote. It's hard to remember the long url :) As you can have multiple
remotes, it's good to have a name you can remember. By default, it is always "origin".
### Interact with the server
* Push the changes to the server
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